Reminder: Scriber Lake student authors to speak at Friends of Edmonds Library April 26 meeting


Student authors from Scriber Lake High School will be the guest speakers at the Friends of the Edmonds Library meeting at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26.

During the past six years, nearly 100 Scriber Lake High School students have bared their souls through writing, thanks to a one-of-a-kind program spearheaded by teacher Marjie Bowker. Each year their stories are collected and published. Their latest book is titled This Is A Movement: Owning Our Stories, Writing Our Endings.

The meeting is at the library’s upstairs Plaza Room, 650 Main St. Admission is free. You can learn more about the Friends at Edmonds Library – Friends of the Library.

3 Replies to “Reminder: Scriber Lake student authors to speak at Friends of Edmonds Library April 26 meeting”

  1. Sounds like a great project and a worthwhile evening. But isn’t the poster a bit regrettable? It looks like more angry shouting, something of which we have all had more than enough. Good luck to the young authors, though!


  2. Mr. Brown, You write excellent comments for My Edmond”s News and I always enjoy reading what you write. First, the meeting is at 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon, not in the evening. It is a terrific chance to meet these students and hear their stories. You will be astonished.

    My thought is that the book cover shows anger and shouting because that is what they need to express. Attend the meeting and learn about this fabulous program and their teacher. These kids are great.


    1. Thanks for the kind remarks! Best wishes to the kids and the program, but I will be away on the 26th, celebrating a friend’s 70th birthday!


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